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TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski is the guest on this week's “Sounds Like A Movement” podcast.
Jamie Tworkowski sits down with Becky Anderson on "Authors Revealed."
This week we say goodbye to our spring 2015 interns. They’ve served this organization with open minds and full hearts, and for that we could never say “thank you” enough.
“What if, like in a race, we were always quick to offer words to remind people they aren’t alone in their struggles?”
“We are waving from our distant corners, ensuring your story is my story is our story.”
Panoply works to help reassess negative thoughts, manage mental health.
Jamie talks about the history of TWLOHA, the "To Write Love on Her Arms" movie, and what people can expect from his first book.
We hope you’ll use this discussion guide to start a conversation at home, with your friends, and in your community about the issues and themes you’ll see in this movie.
During National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we spoke to Michelle Holmberg, Screening for Mental Health’s Director of Programs, to learn more about the importance of SMH’s eating disorder screening program.
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